Math Fundamentals
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 Available Lessons: 33
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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chapter 1 / lesson 1Comparing and Ordering Fractions
Course Summary
Using easy to understand text and video lessons, math fundamentals helps you to identify and understand different number sets along with how to use them. This course provides a clear understanding through examples of formulas, calculations, and applications.to start this course today
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About This Course
Broken down into easy to digest sections, this course offers short 510 minute lessons covering algebra, data, and geometry skills. Within this course, you'll learn fraction comparison, decimal place values, systems of equations, and types of angles. The course also provides a deeper understanding of the properties of shapes, the Pythagorean Theorem, and algebraic expressions in a way that is easy to understand.
How It Works
Comprehensive, short lessons can be viewed on a variety of different devices like laptops, desktop computers, tablets, and even your smartphone. Available sequentially to help you slowly build your knowledge, these flexible lessons can be completed when you have a minute to spare on your commute or during a little downtime.
The course makes concepts easy to follow through:
 Easy to follow lessons clearly and simply break down difficult math concepts
 Examples demonstrate calculations like square roots and coefficients clearly
 Lesson quizzes help to ensure your understanding of theorems and calculations are clear
 Chapter exams verify your understanding of the data, algebraic expressions, and geometric theorems
How It Helps
Data Awareness: Individuals need a clear and comprehensive understanding of numbers, formulas, and measurements used to create tables, analyze data sets, and make predictions about future projections.
Algebraic Equations: It is important to have a clear understanding of variables and algebraic expressions along with the order of operations. Individuals also need to be able to understand how equations or number systems relate to one another.
Graphing Skills: Teaches individuals to understand the use of intercepts and graphing principles along with how ordered pairs of numbers fit on the graph.
Shapes & Lines Understand the functions, purpose, and dimensions that make shapes and lines fall into a specific category. Explore how these systems all work together.
Skills Covered
After completion of this course, individuals should have a clear understanding of the following:
 How numbers and data sets, like fractions and decimals, work together along with conversions
 Relationships that exist between algebraic expressions and variable usage within different equations
 Geometric and graphing skills including shape and line properties along with the parts of a graph
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